I usually travel through SEA with my wife who has an Alaska Lounge membership so we spend our layovers in one of the three lounges there.  Here is a review of their newest lounge in the C Concourse.  On this rare occasion, I was on my own on a six hour layover so time to use my AMEX Centurion Card.

The Centurion Lounge is located in the B Terminal, home to mostly Delta and Southwest flights.  It was a reasonable walk over from where I landed in C, but make sure you allow enough time to catch your flight as terminals at SEA are spread out, particularly the S and N Terminals.  The map makes it look like it is right at the intersection of Terminal B and the main corridor, but you need to walk a couple hundred feet down to spot the signs.

The desk checks you in and explains where everything is if you haven’t been there before.

Despite this being a smaller lounge, I thought there was plenty of space.

The food was much better than in the Alaska Lounge.  Quite a good variety of food (although no pancake machine!), including German coldcuts for breakfast.

I stuck with tea and a cherry bearclaw.

The room in the back has the bar and a great view of Terminal B and S.

They display the flights and I liked the décor on the media wall which is made of old suitcases, books, cameras and other travel items.  I just need to figure how to make one at home!

Altogether a very nice lounge with good wifi and food.  Check it out if you get a chance.

Posted by glenn | One Comment

One response to “Lounge Review: The Centurion Lounge in SEA”

  1. Joe Brusco says:

    I wholeheartedly agree with your review. I found the Seattle Centurian Lounge significantly superior to most airline lounges (think Virgin’s LHR Clubhouse). My family’s flight was delayed for 5 hours and all were grateful to spend the time in a comfortable setting. Amex has done a good job in Seattle and I’ll look forward to visiting their other locations hen the time arises.

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